ISIS Editorial: U.S.-Led Coalition Efforts In Africa Will Fail

Antonio G Ginting

The following report is now a complimentary offering from MEMRI’s Jihad and Terrorism Threat Monitor (JTTM). For JTTM subscription information, click here. On June 9, 2022, the Islamic State (ISIS) released issue 342 of its weekly newsletter Al-Naba’.[1] The issue features an editorial titled “One Ending, Countries Torn Apart,” which comments […]

Supreme Court’s digital shift marks its 121st

Antonio G Ginting

THE Supreme Court (SC) is gearing up for digital shift to meet the rapid development in the digital economy, as it celebrates its 121st anniversary. SC was established on June 11, 1901, by the Second Philippine Commission through the enactment of Act No. 136, which abolished the Real Audiencia de […]

INTERPOL hauls in alleged Nigerian cybercrime ringleader

Antonio G Ginting

Written by Tonya Riley May 25, 2022 | CYBERSCOOP The cybercrime unit of the Nigeria Police Force alongside INTERPOL arrested a 37-year-old Nigerian man for allegedly running a massive cybercrime operation that used phishing campaigns and business email compromise schemes to scam companies and individual victims. The arrest, announced Wednesday, […]

Cameroon’s Fintech Start-ups’ Attitudes Toward and Culture of Cybersecurity

Antonio G Ginting

The Cybersecurity, Capacity Development, and Financial Inclusion project, or CyberFI, brings together a robust, transparent community of practitioners and researchers working on digital financial inclusion. This series focuses on understanding financial inclusion ecosystems on their own terms—what countries are doing, what is working, and what isn’t. Six country case studies […]

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